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Cork Opera House is southern Ireland’s premiere venue for world-class entertainment. It offers the best in Irish and international concerts, comedy, drama, dance, family fare, musicals and opera in a newly-renovated 1000-seat theatre and in the...more
A group of us attended the sell-out Leo Sayer concert at the Opera House in September.
The concert was absolutely amazing and apart from being an incredible singer, Leo was witty, fun and entertaining. He quickly established a wonderful rapport with the audience who sang...More
We flew from Manchester to Cork to watch my Grandson play Toto in The Wizard of Oz. An amazing show. Very cleverly done with a fabulous spin on a well loved story. So professional, enjoyed by everyone. The staff of the opera house and cafe...More
I'm really glad this city had to offer that much art and fun. Everything looks nice and tidy,the show was amazing,pretty much everyone was happy. only thing i didn't like is the colors inside but that's just my personal preference.
having not attended the opera house for a while i was most pleasantly surprised by the comfort and space of the new seating arrangements which are plush and comfortable..the show itself was brilliant and the music and Australian soloist were outstanding..the shop and bar areas...More
...But the reality is that if I wasn't there to watch the excellent Snow Patrol, it'd have been 2* review. For a building that promises much from the facade and internal cafe, the alcohol on offer is the blandest of the bland in a halcyon...More
Was here last night with the lovely ursula at the Simon and Garfunkel story. What a lovely venue. Great atmosphere, feels quite intimate for a large place. The seats are really comfort and well spaced. The temperature is just right, not too warm with plenty...More
Response from hillwalker2017 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure where the best seats are but be aware that if you are in the stalls in front of the stage there is no aisle in the middle. This has been removed some time ago in order to put in extra seats. I was seated in the... More
Not sure where the best seats are but be aware that if you are in the stalls in front of the stage there is no aisle in the middle. This has been removed some time ago in order to put in extra seats. I was seated in the stalls F17. Great seat but I would have to go past 16 people on my right and I think 13 on my left to get out. If you need to get in or out and you are seated in the stalls it might be an idea to sit near the start or end of the row as the rows are quite long.